Hay 2 definiciones de lurch en inglés:

lurch1

Saltos de línea: lurch
Pronunciación: /ləːtʃ
 
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verbo

[no object, with adverbial]
Make an abrupt, unsteady, uncontrolled movement or series of movements; stagger: the car lurched forward Stuart lurched to his feet figurative he was lurching from one crisis to the next
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Rocketing to his feet, then swaying as his head lurched, Kaerin staggered over to the long full size mirror.
  • There was a loudish bang and her car lurched forward with the impact.
  • The car lurched forward as Rob threw it into drive and raced for the western exit.
Sinónimos
stagger, stumble, sway, reel, roll, weave, totter, flounder, falter, wobble, slip, move clumsilysway, reel, list, roll, pitch, toss, keel, veer, labour, flounder, heel, swerve, make heavy weather; Nauticalpitchpole

sustantivo

[usually in singular] Volver al principio  
An abrupt uncontrolled movement, especially an unsteady tilt or roll: the boat gave a violent lurch and he missed his footing
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • As she jumped up, Moby made a lurch to grab her but missed.
  • Their lurch to the Left was disastrous for them at the last election.
  • Alcohol was banned, minority Islamic sects were outlawed and the lurch to the right began.

Origen

late 17th century (as a noun denoting the sudden leaning of a ship to one side): of unknown origin.

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Palabra del día ween
Pronunciación: wiːn
verb
be of the opinion; think or suppose

Hay 2 definiciones de lurch en inglés:

lurch2

Saltos de línea: lurch
Pronunciación: /ləːtʃ
 
/

sustantivo

(in phrase leave someone in the lurch)
Leave an associate or friend abruptly and without assistance or support when they are in a difficult situation: he left you in the lurch when you needed him most
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Some of the ‘cool’ people will leave you in the lurch or betray your friends; at least one of the people you can't stand will prove to be a loyal, courageous, and inspiring friend.
  • Santa's reindeer left him in the lurch when they abandoned him on a church roof, leaving firemen to come to the rescue.
  • Kelu departed forthwith, despite the guru's curse for leaving him in the lurch.
Sinónimos
leave in trouble, let down, leave helpless, leave stranded, leave high and dry, abandon, desert, betray
North American informal bail on
archaic forsake
abandon, desert, leave, leave high and dry, turn one's back on, cast aside, break (up) with; jilt, strand, leave stranded, throw over
informal run/walk out on, dump, ditch
British informal give someone the push, give someone the elbow, give someone the big E, bin off
archaic forsake

Origen

mid 16th century (denoting a state of discomfiture): from French lourche, the name of a game resembling backgammon, used in the phrase demeurer lourche 'be discomfited'.

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